When Chris Cubas goes head to head with Kath Barbadoro, they both get in some sick burns.
Season 1 - Aired: 07/18/2016 | Views: 232
Matteo Lane and Liza Treyger talk about Liza's Russian parents and simulate an ice skating routine to an 80s power ballad.
Donald Trump faces accusations of anti-Semitism for his tweet criticizing Hillary Clinton.
The comedians list the special powers that Canadian superheroes would possess.
The Daily Show salutes Jessica Williams's greatest moments.
Hip-hop artist Macklemore talks about fighting opioid abuse in America with President Obama.
Roy Wood Jr. examines the scandals that embroil all three of Alabama's highest state offices.
Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic explain how white voters will impact the upcoming election.
"Independence Day: Resurgence" director Roland Emmerich chats about revisiting the action franchise.
Daniel lets a musically inclined Clinton supporter loose at a Donald Trump rally.
The live studio audience turns against Amy in the middle of a sitcom taping.
NBA star Steven Adams takes heat for calling black players on a rival team "quick little monkeys."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau helps Hasan Minhaj overcome his fear of Syrian refugees.
Donald Trump is having trouble winning over Latino voters, so Eliza Cossio explores his strengths.
The comedians make popular songs more palatable for white people.
Amy's new Guyggles allow her to talk to her male colleagues with ease.
Magician Eric Jones shines a spooky light on Donald Trump's presidential prospects in 2016.
Donald Trump's anticipated nomination sends the comics fleeing to Canada.
The comedians come up with blue-collar versions of popular TV shows.
Teenagers Vinny Tirrico and Charisma Kerrigan take part in a growing trend in racist prom proposals.